|How fair is Britain? Equality, human rights and good relations in 2010: the first triennial review - Equality and Human Rights Commission|
This version replaces the version presented to the House of Commons on 11 October and to the House of Lords on 5 October 2010. Copies will be provided free of charge to all known recipients of that version
Keywords: chapter; equality; data; ethnic; women; england; groups; survey; crime; age; disabled people; rights commission; human rights; crime survey; ethnic minority; equality measurement; domestic violence; sexual orientation; british crime; young people
|Guidelines for the blood transfusion services in the United Kingdom:7th ed. 2005 - United Kingdom Blood Transfusion Services|
This is the seventh edition of a book that provides best practice guidelines and detailed technical procedures for blood transfusion services. It takes account of the European Directives on blood and tissues and resulting UK regulations and indicates which of the guidelines that are now legal requirements.
Keywords: blood; component; components; donor; donors; donation; leucocyte; transfusion; guidelines; cells; blood group; blood component; blood transfusion; red cell; red cells; blood components; hospital blood; transfusion services; leucocyte depleted; general guidelines
|Birth statistics: review of the National Statistician on births and patterns of family building in England and Wales, 2007 - Office for National Statistics|
With correction page dated 15 December 2008
Keywords: births; birth; table; england; wales; live; age; marriage; population; excel; population trends; wales england; live births; box surrounding; table title; title table; united kingdom; excel version; red box; wales year
|Meeting carbon budgets - the need for a step change: progress report to Parliament - Committee on Climate Change|
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) is an independent body established under the Climate Change Act to advise the UK Government on setting carbon budgets, and to report to Parliament on the progress made in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Keywords: emissions; carbon; energy; indicators; change; climate; measures; reduction; renewable; electric; change committee; emissions reductions; emissions reduction; energy efficiency; climate change; step change; electric cars; meeting carbon; carbon budgets; renewable heat
|Local government financial statistics England:No. 22, 2012 - Department for Communities and Local Government|
Local government expenditure represents about a quarter of all public expenditure, and the data are used in the monitoring of public expenditure and the compilation of the national accounts. Local government finance data are also used by the Government to inform the allocation of resources to local government and the development and monitoring of local government finance policy. It is also used more widely, by local authorities (including fire, police, transport and waste authorities, libraries ...
Keywords: expenditure; local; police; east; west; fire; authorities; revenue; gla; capital; local authorities; west midlands; local government; fire south; council tax; revenue expenditure; east midlands; south east; local authority; gla gla
|First report on the operation of the Terrorist Asset-Freezing etc. Act 2010: (review period: December 2010 to September 2011) - Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation|
The Act under review gives the Treasury power to freeze the assets of individuals and groups thought to be involved in terrorism, whether in the UK or abroad, and to deprive them of access to financial resources. It implements UN Security Council Resolution 1373 and is one of a number of measures at the Government's disposal for preventing the financing of terrorism. At the end of the review period in September 2011: 30 individuals and 8 groups were designated by the Treasury under the Act...
Keywords: designated; tafa; terrorist; asset; terrorism; designations; treasury; designation; licences; persons; necessity test; taliban asset; asset freezing; terrorist asset; united kingdom; asset freeze; reasonable belief; designated persons; designated person; security council
|Climate change: financing global forests - Eliasch Review|
This Review aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of international financing to reduce forest loss and its associated impacts on climate change. It does so with reference to the international debate surrounding the potential for a new global climate change deal in Copenhagen at the end of 2009. Forestry produces around 17 per cent of global emissions, making it the third largest source of greenhouse gas emissions, exceeding the entire global transport sector...
Keywords: forest; emissions; carbon; deforestation; international; countries; climate; global; credits; forests; forest carbon; carbon markets; climate change; capacity building; forest emissions; emissions reductions; carbon market; forest sector; forest nations; forest credits
|Equality Act 2010: code of practice on employment - Equality and Human Rights Commission|
Keywords: employer; equality; employment; code; worker; rights; statutory; discrimination; protected; commission; employment tribunal; direct discrimination; human rights; reasonable adjustments; rights commission; protected characteristic; positive action; commission statutory; statutory code; disabled person
|Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE): code D: code of practice for the identification of persons by police officers - Home Office|
This Code of Practice concerns the principal methods used by police to identify people in connection with the investigation of offences and the keeping of accurate and reliable criminal records. The powers and procedures in this code must be used fairly, responsibly, with respect for the people to whom they apply and without unlawful discrimination. The Equality Act 2010 makes it unlawful for police officers to discriminate against, harass or victimise any person on the grounds of the ’pr...
Keywords: identification; person; witness; paragraph; fingerprints; code; police; suspect; officer; offence; video identification; recordable offence; police officers; police station; identification parade; group identification; identification procedures; identification officer; footwear impressions; identification procedure
|The Churches Conservation Trust annual report and accounts for the year ended 31 March 2012 - Churches Conservation Trust|
Keywords: trust; churches; conservation; accounting; income; historic; funds; trustees; management; church; tangible fixed; endowment funds; conservation trust; income generation; churches conservation; fixed assets; resources expended; incoming resources; accounting officer; risk management
|Gowers Review of Intellectual Property - Gowers Review of Intellectual Property|
This report examines the importance of intellectual property (IP), ranging from patents, copyright, design and trade marks, and whether in the age of globalization, digitization and increasing economic specialization it still creates incentives for innovation, without unduly limiting access to consumers and stifling further innovation. The report does recommend a radical overhaul of the system, with the review concentrating on three areas, and setting out the following recommendations: (i) stren...
Keywords: patent; copyright; rights; review; protection; office; gowers; patents; patent office; recommendation; rights holders; developing countries; gowers review; trade mark; intellectual property; sound recordings; european patent; trade marks; trading standards
|British gambling prevalence survey 2010 - Gambling Commission|
This report, carried out by the National Centre for Social Research, sets out the results of the British Gambling Prevalence Survey (BGPS) 2010, the third nationally representative survey of its kind: previous studies were undertaken in 1999 and 2007. The aim of the survey being to provide data on participation in all forms of gambling in Great Britain, the prevalence of problem gambling, attitudes to gambling and to explore a range of associations with gambling behaviour...
Keywords: gambling; prevalence; betting; survey; activities; problem; online; gamblers; bases; pgsi; casino games; slot machine; gambling prevalence; gambling activities; problem gambling; national lottery; machine style; prevalence survey; british gambling; low risk
|Statutory guidance: injunctions to prevent gang-related violence - Home Office|
Keywords: injunction; respondent; court; gang; injunctions; evidence; applicant; applicants; breach; application; hearsay evidence; local authorities; gang injunctions; civil procedure; gang injunction; interim injunction; relevant judge; good practice; county court; consultation requirement
|Understanding the risks, empowering communities, building resilience: the national flood and coastal erosion risk management strategy for England - Environment Agency|
Keywords: flood; risk; coastal; erosion; local; environment; flooding; management; risks; fcerm; lead local; management authorities; risk management; erosion risk; coastal erosion; local flood; flood authorities; environment agency; flood risk; surface water
|Marriage, divorce and adoption statistics: review of the National Statistician on marriages and divorces in 2006, and adoptions in 2007, in England and Wales - Office for National Statistics|
Keywords: table; marriages; divorced; england; wales; age; single; marriage; widowed; marital; previous marital; single men; red box; wales england; excel version; single women; divorced women; marital status; box surrounding; widowed divorced
|The Terrorism Acts in 2011: report of the Independent Reviewer on the operation of the Terrorism Act 2000 and of part 1 of the Terrorism Act 2006 - Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation|
Dated June 2012
Keywords: terrorism; terrorist; schedule; northern; proscription; ireland; offences; detention; detained; para; human rights; terrorism acts; northern ireland; annual report; great britain; terrorist suspects; ports officers; independent reviewer; united kingdom; terrorist offences
|Fifty eighth annual report of the Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission for the year ending 30 September 2011 - Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission|
The Marshall Aid Commemoration Act 1953 was passed by the British Parliament in order to express enduring gratitude to the American people for the Marshall Plan. This Act established a series of scholarships for young Americans to study for a degree at a British University, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and administered in Britain by the Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission. This is the 58th annual report of the Commission which details the activities of the scholarship scheme f...
Keywords: marshall; university; scholars; doctoral; scholar; masters; scholarship; commemoration; college; macc; eighth annual; college london; marshall aid; marshall scholarship; aid commemoration; fifty eighth; marshall scholars; doctoral level; commemoration commission; london school
|The Housing Benefit (Amendment) Regulations 2010 (S.I. no. 2010/2835), the Rent Officers (Housing Benefit Functions) Amendment Order 2010 (S.I. no. 2010/2836): report by the Social Security Advisory Committee under section 174 (1) of the Social Security Administration Act 1992 and the statement by the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in accordance with sections 174 (2) of that Act - Social Security Advisory Committee|
Dated November 2010. The S.I.s are available separately: 2010/2835 (ISBN 9780111504079) and 2010/2836 (ISBN 9780111504086)
Keywords: housing; cnj; benefit; allowance; local; prs; renters; lha; cni; impact; allowance rates; private rented; housing benefit; rent officers; local housing; local authority; discretionary housing; local authorities; housing allowance; single housing
|Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE): code A: code of practice for the exercise by: police officers of statutory powers of stop and search; police officers and police staff of requirements to record public encounters - Home Office|
This code governs the exercise by police officers of statutory powers to search a person or a vehicle without first making an arrest. In addition, it covers requirements on police officers and police staff to record encounters not governed by statutory powers. This code does not apply to: (a) the powers of stop and search under; (i) Aviation Security Act 1982, section 27(2); (ii) Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984, section 6(1) (which relates specifically to powers of constables employed by s...
Keywords: search; powers; person; code; searches; officers; officer; police; terrorism; authorisation; police station; public order; police officers; search powers; statutory powers; reasonable suspicion; serious violence; criminal justice; reasonable grounds; police reform
|Fiscal sustainability report - Office for Budget Responsibility|
In the Fiscal sustainability report (FSR) the Office for Budget Responsibility looks beyond the medium-term forecast horizon of their twice-yearly Economic and fiscal outlooks and ask whether the UK's public finances are likely to be sustainable over the longer term. The approach is twofold: (i) Look at the fiscal impact of past government activity, as reflected in the assets and liabilities on the public sector's balance sheet; (ii) Look at the potential fiscal impact of future government activ...
Keywords: fiscal; gdp; spending; projections; liabilities; wga; public; cent; net; health; fiscal sustainability; balance sheet; public sector; inability report; susta inability; fiscal susta; health care; public service; health spending; fiscal impact
|Barker Review of Land Use Planning: final report recommendations - Barker Review of Land Use Planning|
This report is one of a series of reviews, commissioned by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, to accompany the pre-Budget report 2006 (to be published 6 December 2006, Cm. 6984, ISBN 0101698429). It sets out recommendations to reform the planning system in England in support of sustainable economic growth and prosperity, whilst securing delivery of wider objectives including promoting community involvement, supporting local democracy and enhancing the environment...
Keywords: planning; local; development; review; applications; report; barker; land; final; authorities; local government; local authority; barker review; local authorities; final report; planning authorities; planning policy; local planning; planning system; development plan
|Mortality statistics: deaths registered in 2007 - Office for National Statistics|
Keywords: unspecified; deaths; disorders; malignant; underlying; neoplasm; table; diseases; congenital; injured; transport accidents; nontraffic accident; malignant neoplasm; nervous system; traffic accident; open wound; vehicle injured; driver injured; congenital malformations; malignant neoplasms
|Report on the operation in 2009 of the Terrorism Act 2000 and of part 1 of the Terrorism Act 2006 - Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation|
Keywords: terrorism; terrorist; schedule; annex; arrests; offences; offence; police; powers; northern; proscribed organisations; prosecution service; northern ireland; independent reviewer; metropolitan police; great britain; police service; terrorism arrests; human rights; terrorism legislation
|UK Anti-Doping Annual report 2010/11 - UK Anti-doping|
Keywords: doping; sport; march; athletes; testing; accounting; financial; athlete; international; assets; net expenditure; financial reporting; financial statements; internal control; athlete suspended; rugby union; testing programme; doping control; chief executive; david kenworthy
|The Churches Conservation Trust annual report and accounts for the year ended 31 March 2011 - Churches Conservation Trust|
Keywords: trust; churches; funds; trustees; conservation; fundraising; church; income; management; historic; tangible fixed; endowment funds; incoming resources; fixed assets; conservation trust; year ended; investment income; chief executive; churches conservation; resources expended
|Fiscal sustainability report - Office for Budget Responsibility|
Dated July 2011
Keywords: fiscal; gdp; sustainability; cent; spending; future; projections; public; liabilities; sector; sector net; sector balance; public sector; fiscal impact; fiscal sustainability; net debt; public service; balance sheet; sustainability report; national accounts
|The (draft) Social Security (Jobseeker's Allowance Skills Training Conditionality Pilot) Regulations 2010 (S.I.2010 No.xxx): report by the Social Security Advisory Committee under section 174(1) of the Social Security Administration Act 1992 and the statement by the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in accordance with sections 174(2) of that Act - Social Security Advisory Committee|
This Pilot Regulation will implement the Government's proposal to introduce increased Jobseeker's Allowance obligations to train from 26 April 2010 This will include referring customers who have been identified as requiring training under threat of possible sanctions if they do not engage, thus increasing their conditionality requirements. In its report following public consultation, the Committee advised Ministers not to proceed with the pilot but should it go ahead certain conditions needed to...
Keywords: skills; pilot; training; customers; ies; sanctions; jsa; jobcentre; employment; conditionality; labour market; pilot areas; skills training; basic skills; training conditionality; health check; social security; random assignment; skills health; personal adviser
|DFID in 2009-10: response to the International Development (Reporting and Transparency) Act 2006 - Department for International Development|
This report provides a summary of the recent contribution of the Department for International Development to delivering the Millenium Development Goals. It includes details by country describing progress made and DFID's contribution. It discusses aims for bilateral and multilateral aid and the statistical information on monies spent
Keywords: bilateral; dfid; total; percentage; humanitarian; gpex; net; oda; programme; assistance; humanitarian assistance; bilateral programme; total bilateral; public expenditure; bilateral oda; bilateral gross; bilateral gpex; gross public; net bilateral; dfid bilateral
|Nursing and Midwifery Council annual fitness to practise report 2011-2012 - Nursing and Midwifery Council|
Published alongside the Council's annual report for 2011-12 and strategic plan 2012-15 (HC 585, session 2012-13, ISBN 9780102978940)
Keywords: outcomes; referrals; total; interim; fitness; cases; practise; misconduct; competence; adjudication; final adjudication; sexual orientation; investigating committee; identified referrals; final outcomes; adjudication outcomes; competence committee; committee final; interim orders; orders imposed
|Code of practice on independent custody visiting - Home Office|
Dated April 2010
Keywords: custody; independent; visitors; detainees; visiting; detainee; authority; police; visits; officer; police stations; police staff; independent custody; police authorities; custody visitors; custody visitor; custody officer; custody visiting; police authority; police reform
|Corruption in the police service in England and Wales: second report - a report based on the IPCC's experience from 2008 to 2011 - Independent Police Complaints Commission|
This is the second of two reports issued by the IPCC following a request from the Home Secretary in the wake of serious public concerns about phone hacking and the relationship between the police and the media. The first report, published in September 2011 (ISBN 9780108510991), provided details of cases under investigation by the IPCC relating to the above issues, described the relative powers and roles of the IPCC and police forces themselves, and included some data, definitions and issues aris...
Keywords: corruption; police; ipcc; allegations; public; misconduct; investigation; cases; investigations; referrals; cases referred; police officer; police service; focus group; police corruption; public views; group participants; police forces; corruption cases; corruption referrals
|Overarching national policy statement for energy (EN-1) - Department of Energy and Climate Change|
This national policy statement (NPS) sets out national policy for the energy infrastructure. A further five technology-specific NPSs for the energy sector cover: fossil fuel electricity generation (EN-2) (ISBN 9780108510786); renewable electricity generation (both onshore and offshore) (EN-3) (ISBN 9780108510793); gas supply infrastructure and gas and oil pipelines (EN-4) (ISBN 9780108510809); the electricity transmission and distribution network (EN-5) (ISBN 9780108510816); and nuclear power ge...
Keywords: energy; ipc; infrastructure; overarching; impacts; carbon; development; electricity; applicant; gas; development consent; nuclear power; policy statement; climate change; national policy; low carbon; power stations; energy infrastructure; overarching national; electricity generation
|Artificial light in the environment - Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution|
There is an urgent need for Government to recognise that artificial light in the wrong place or at the wrong time is a pollutant which can harm the natural environment. This report focusses on the loss of the view of the stars, the nuisance caused by badly designed lighting, and the effects of artificial light on nature and ecosystems. The Commission heard evidence that suggests that more light isn't always better in terms of reducing crime or the incidence of road traffic accidents...
Keywords: light; lighting; artificial; effects; impacts; species; natural; pollution; outdoor; environment; night sky; local authorities; artificial light; artificial lighting; light pollution; road lights; artificial night; outdoor lighting; road lighting; natural environment
|Trusted and independent: giving charity back to charities review of the Charities Act 2006 - Cabinet Office|
There is no clear legal basis for social investments and this lack of clarity extends into the accounting and reporting processes that underpin such investment. In this situation, social investment will always be the difficult option, discouraging and presenting serious barriers to even the highly committed. The Trustee Act 2000 should be amended to entitle trustees to consider the totality of the benefit an investment...
Keywords: charity; charities; commission; public; trustees; regulatory; fundraising; charitable; frsb; review; public charitable; local authorities; charity commission; charity sector; public benefit; public trust; umbrella bodies; charity law; social investment; annual report
|The Government response to parliamentary scrutiny of the revised draft national policy statements for energy infrastructure - Department of Energy and Climate Change|
In November 2009 the previous Government published six draft energy NPSs and associated documents for public consultation and Parliamentary scrutiny. In the House of Commons, the previous Energy and Climate Change (ECC) Select Committee scrutinised the draft energy NPSs and published a report (HC 231-I, session 2009-10, ISBN 9780215545237) of itsfindings. This included a recommendation that the draft NPSs should be subject to a debate in the main chamber of the House of Commons...
Keywords: energy; infrastructure; response; government; scrutiny; draft; nuclear; revised; nps; ipc; draft national; nuclear power; national policy; government response; revised draft; policy statements; power stations; energy infrastructure; parliamentary scrutiny; lords grand
|The Social Security (Claims and Payments) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 (S.I. 2010 No. 870): report by the Social Security Advisory Committee under sections 173 (4) and 174 (2) of the Social Security Administration Act 1992 and the statement by the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in accordance with sections 173 (4) amd 174 (2) of that Act - Social Security Advisory Committee|
Dated March 2010
Keywords: hmrc; dwp; deductions; claimants; customer; recovery; debt; trial; repayment; debts; maximum rate; income support; social security; support allowance; tax credit; security advisory; tpd scheme; debt recovery; hmrc debt; voluntary deductions
|HM Treasury autumn performance report 2008 - H.M. Treasury|
Dated December 2008. On cover: Autumn performance report 2008 progress report on HM Treasury Group departmental strategic objectives and public service agreements
Keywords: performance; target; progress; indicator; cent; data; treasury; economic; autumn; growth; second half; employment rate; autumn performance; data systems; performance report; child poverty; data statement; growth rates; economic cycle; treasury group
|The Jobseeker's Allowance (Mandatory Work Activity Scheme) Regulations 2011 (S.I. 2011 No. 688): report by the Social Security Advisory Committee under Section 174 (1) of the Social Security Administration Act 1992 and statement by the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in accordance with Section 174 (2) of that Act|
The large majority of those claiming Jobseeker's Allowance make every effort to find work. But some customers do just enough to meet the conditions of their claim while at the same time continually failing to demonstrate the focus and discipline that is a key requirement of finding, securing and retaining employment. Mandatory Work Activity is being introduced to enable advisers to address this problem, supporting this particular group of customers at the earliest possible stage...
Keywords: mandatory; activity; work; jobcentre; regulations; allowance; regulation; customers; sanctions; participate; favourable decision; customers referred; mandatory work; social security; work activity; seeking employment; disentitlement decision; activity scheme; actively seeking; housing benefit
|Forecast evaluation report - Office for Budget Responsibility|
Dated . 2011
Keywords: forecast; receipts; billion; forecasting; gdp; error; fiscal; outturn; june; errors; income tax; gdp growth; forecast evaluation; forecasting errors; evaluation report; forecast error; percentage points; public sector; fiscal forecasting; budget forecast
|Crown Proceedings Act 1947: list of authorised government departments and the names and addresses for service of the person who is, or is acting for the purposes of the act as, solicitor for such departments, published by the Minister for the Civil Service in pursuance of section 17 of the Crown Proceedings Act 1947 - Cabinet Office|
This list supersedes the list published on 19 February 2009
Keywords: office; crown; proceedings; department; copyright; government; london; solicitor; authorised; civil; government departments; crown proceedings; civil proceedings; rural affairs; authorised government; legal services; cabinet office; square london; stationery office; crown copyright
|The Housing Benefit (Amendment) Regulations 2011 (S.I. no. 2011/1736): report by the Social Security Advisory Committee under section 174 (1) of the Social Security Administration Act 1992 and the statement by the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in accordance with sections 174 (2) of that Act - Social Security Advisory Committee|
The Housing Benefit (Amendment) Regulations 2011 were to give effect to the Government's plans to extend The Housing Benefit shared accommodation rate to people under the age of 35. The shared accommodation rate currently applies to people under the age of 25 living in the private rented sector. The Committee recommends that the proposals do not go ahead in their current form. They raise a number of concerns about the supply and availability of shared accommodation and comment on the impact of t...
Keywords: shared; housing; accommodation; rate; lha; rent; claimants; benefit; age; changes; social security; transitional protection; housing benefit; housing allowance; shared accommodation; discretionary housing; impact assessment; local housing; accommodation rate; local authorities
|The Employment and Support Allowance (Transitional Provisions, Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit) (Existing Awards) Regulations 2010 (S.I. 2010 No. 875): report by the Social Security Advisory Committee under sections 173 (4) and 174 (2) of the Social Security Administration Act 1992 and the statement by the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in accordance with sections 173 (4) amd 174 (2) of that Act - Social Security Advisory Committee|
Dated March 2010
Keywords: esa; benefit; transitional; regulations; customers; conversion; incapacity; support; allowance; regulation; incapacity benefit; tax benefit; transitional addition; housing benefit; support allowance; social security; limited capability; council tax; incapacity benefits; existing award
|Annual review of controls on imports of animal products: April 2010 - March 2011|
This is the ninth annual review of import controls on animal products into England, Wales and Scotland. (Northern Ireland is a separate disease control region and operates a different illegal import control system). In accordance with the Animal Health Act 1981, this report details progress made on activities undertaken to prevent the introduction of disease through the import of animal products or matters for the period April 2010 - March 2011, as well as plans for the coming year.
Keywords: ukba; wgt; poao; animal; imports; seized; seizures; defra; enforcement; fsa; northern ireland; meat fish; times seized; rural affairs; animal health; personal import; illegal imports; personal imports; seizures wgt; inland las
|Child poverty in the UK: the report on the 2010 target - Department for Education|
Section 1 of the Child Poverty Act 2012 requires the Government to report on whether or not the target to reduce the number of children living in relative income poverty by half by 2012/11 from a 1998/99 base was met. This report finds that the target was not met: although the number of children living in relative income poverty reduced to 2.3 million, that figure is 600,000 short of the number required to meet the target...
Keywords: poverty; child; children; families; households; relative; workless; income; support; target; average income; workless families; child poverty; children living; relative income; workless households; working households; great britain; income poverty; accurate picture
|Overarching national policy statement for energy (EN-1) - Department of Energy and Climate Change|
This draft national policy statement (NPS) sets out national policy for the energy infrastructure. A further five technology-specific NPSs for the energy sector cover: fossil fuel electricity generation (EN-2) (ISBN 9780108508059); renewable electricity generation (both onshore and offshore) (EN-3) (ISBN 9780108508516); gas supply infrastructure and gas and oil pipelines (EN-4) (ISBN 9780108508523); the electricity transmission and distribution network (EN-5) (ISBN 9780108508530); and nuclear el...
Keywords: ipc; energy; infrastructure; development; applicant; climate; electricity; impacts; carbon; planning; low carbon; electricity generation; energy infrastructure; draft overarching; policy statement; climate change; ipc decision; overarching national; national policy; power stations
|An investigation into border security checks - Independent Chief Inspector of the UK Border Agency|
The Chief Inspector was commissioned by the Home Secretary to investigate and report on the level of checks operated at ports of entry to the UK. This followed the disclosure that some checks may have been suspended without the approval of ministers and the subsequent suspension of the then Head of Border Force. The investigation focused particularly on: the Home Office Warnings Index (WI) - used to ascertain whether passengers are of interest to the government agencies; Secure ID - checks passe...
Keywords: border; immigration; secure; agency; ports; heathrow; suspension; checks; suspensions; level; security checks; eea nationals; border force; border agency; border security; chief executive; travel documents; immigration minister; immigration officers; visa nationals
|National policy statement for waste water: a framework document for planning decisions on nationally significant waste water infrastructure - Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs|
This Waste Water National Policy Statement (NPS) will be used by the Infrastructure Planning Commission (IPC) when deciding whether such applications should get the go-ahead. The policy will be applied to large-scale developments, referred to as Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs) in the Planning Act 2008. The NPS refers to two projects that may be dealt with by the IPC - the proposed treatment works at Deephams in North East London, and the Thames Tunnel which will carry wast...
Keywords: ipc; water; waste; impacts; treatment; applicant; development; infrastructure; thames; mitigation; thames tunnel; water quality; waste water; development consent; water infrastructure; climate change; surface water; generic impacts; water treatment; environment agency
|National policy statement for fossil fuel electricity generation infrastructure (EN-2) - Department of Energy and Climate Change|
This National policy statement (NPS) sets out national policy for the fossil fuel electricity generation infrastructure. A further five technology-specific NPSs for the energy sector cover: national policy for the energy infrastructure (EN-1) (ISBN 9780108510779); renewable electricity generation (both onshore and offshore) (EN-3) (ISBN 9780108510793); gas supply infrastructure and gas and oil pipelines (EN-4) (ISBN 9780108510809); the electricity transmission and distribution network (EN-5) (IS...
Keywords: generating; fossil; fuel; infrastructure; stations; nps; impacts; ipc; electricity; energy; national policy; fuel electricity; fossil fuel; policy statement; generating stations; generating infrastructure; energy infrastructure; electricity generating; fuel generating; generating station
|Equality Act 2010: code of practice on services, public functions associations - Equality and Human Rights Commission|
Keywords: code; functions; associations; public; draft; protected; practice; discrimination; public functions; provider; service user; positive action; draft code; reasonable adjustments; associations code; disabled people; protected characteristic; service provider; service providers
|National policy statement for nuclear power generation (EN-6) - Department of Energy and Climate Change|
This draft national policy statement (NPS) reiterates the Government's policy on the need for new nuclear power in England and Wales set out in 'Meeting the energy challenge: a white paper on nuclear power' (Cm. 7296, 2008, ISBN 9780101729628). A strategic siting assessment has taken place in 2009 and informs this draft NPS. This document outlines the policy on assessment of development consent applications to be followed by the Infrastructure Planning Commission; policy on consideration of alte...
Keywords: nuclear; site; power; sustainability; appraisal; potential; effects; ipc; assessment; sites; power stations; power generation; nuclear power; policy statement; power station; energy infrastructure; draft national; national policy; nominated site; habitats regulations